This study aimed at assessing and validating the changes in feelings and thoughts expressed by Syrian female migrates after taking part in art therapy groups, using projective assessment techniques. The participants were women who had migrated from Syria to Turkey, they were settled in Esenler/İstanbul and were between 18-55 years of age. The women had applied to the Human Resource Development Foundation for psychological help and were selected for art therapy group work by professionals at the center. 24 migrants met the criterium for inclusion in the study, which was full attendance to the sessions. The migrant women were given the Kinetic-Family Drawing and the Draw-A?Tree test during the first and the last sessions. In addition to art therapy work, breathing exercises, relaxation techniques and dance and body therapy exercises were carried out with the participants. The results of the projective tests have revealed the following: The familial identity of the Syrian female refugees were transfoming into individual identities, the boundaries of the ?private self? were getting loose and thus the phantasies, hopes, fears and personal thoughts and feelings were expressed more freely and the boundaries of the self were becoming larger enhancing the self-awareness of the individuals.